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My name is Matthew Peleszok and through 2015 I am undertaking a series of events to raise funds for a Hospice that is close to my family’s heart.
I am doing the following events in 2015 for the Severn Hospice:
1) Paris Marathon, 12th April 2015. 26.2 Mile Run.
2) London Marathon, 26th April 2015. 26.2 Mile Run.
3) Outlaw Half Distance Triathlon, 30th May 2015. 1.2 Mile Swim, 56 Mile Bike Ride, 13.1 Mile Run.
4) Outlaw Long Distance Triathlon, 26th July 2015. 2.4 Mile Swim, 112 Mile Bike Ride, 26.2 Mile Run.
5) Ride London, 2nd August 2015, 100 Mile Bike Ride.
6) Great North Run, 14th September 2015, 13.1 Mile Run.
After losing my mother, father and grandfather over the last few years to Cancer, I am doing this series of events to raise funds to assist Severn Hospice (A Registered Charity No.512394). In my families time of need this Hospice gave amazing comfort to my family to ensure that we all managed the difficult time in comfort and peace.
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